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. >>> madame secretary, thank you for joining us. are you in herman cain's famously designated becky-becky-becky-stan. >> there's a zero, zero, zero chance i'm going to comment on republican politics, but i am in uzbekistan. >> we have mark haleprin. we also have the president of the council on foreign relations, richard hoss back with us. good to have you, richard. >> boy, hillary was at the top of her game yesterday, wasn't she? >> i thought she was great on "meet the press" and really seems like she has a handle on the situation. >> well, there's so many situations. >> so many. >> which -- i mean -- all the situations that people like herman cain don't have a grasp on. if you look at this past weekend. and look at all of the things that have gone down in the news, then you have -- you realize now is not the time to send an amateur to the white house. so whoever wins the republican nomination better have a firmer grasp on foreign affairs than the current front-runner. look, iraq, what does that mean? we're getting out of iraq. what is that going to mean for u.s. foreign policy? wha
a mexican online pharmacy like some of us do. it always ends badly. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> i don't think i've ever hired an illegal in my life. and so i'm afraid -- i'm looking forward to finding your facts on that. >> i'll tell you what the facts are. >> i'm speaking. i'm speaking. >> are they allowed to use their hands? you're not allowed to use your hands. i would hate to be able to zoom in right now. and see what's going on inside rick perry's head. to be fair -- from what i understand, that is the clip that is always playing inside rick perry's head. >>> good morning, welcome to "morning joe," it's thursday, october 20th. with us onset this morning, msnbc contributor mike barnicle. >> and also the managing editor of "fortune" magazine. >> what? what do you mean how he is he looking at you? >> like he has something really rude to say. >> no, i don't. >> are you sure? >> andy, it's good to see you. >> occupying "morning joe." >> you are occupying "morning joe." i hear there were only 200 there yesterday at certain times. >> comes and goes, ebbs and flows. >> we may have mo
is going to reinvent the phone. a truly magical and revolutionary product today. again, using this thing is remarkable. it's so much more intimate. thanks for coming today. >> remembering that i'll be dead soon is the most important tool i've ever encountered to help me make big choices in life. because almost everything, all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure, these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important, remembering that you are going to die is the best way i know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. you are already naked, there is no reason not to follow your heart. >> good morning, it's thursday, october 6th. we're live here from pensacola, florida, this morning. and with us onset back in new york along with willie geist, mike barnicle, pat buchanan, and the managing editor of "fortune" magazine, a magazine which named steve jobs the ceo of the last quarter century. and andy, i want to start with you because you spoke with steve jobs an awful lot on the phone. >> yep. >> you had more ac
17th. with us onset, we have msnbc and "time" magazine political analyst mark haleprin, we also have the director of earth institute dr. jeffrey sachs, author of "the price of civilization." reawakening american virtue and prosperity. >> he said the price of civilization is, 9-9-9. >> there you go. >> everybody's coming together here. >> also from washington, the political writer for the "huffington post," sam stein. good to see you. we have so much to talk about. >> we really do. what do you think about what george wills said? this 15 minutes of fame for herman cain? >> well, i was thinking that. i have to say uh i had a probably over the top mocking tone on friday about herman cain. >> are you saying that because people were really rude to you saturday night when you went out to dinner with you? was i not supposed to do that on air? mika got cornered -- >> that was about occupy wall street. that was a really good conversation. >> i'm sorry, you said you were too mocking on friday? i think i was the one that was mocking. and i want to say to everyone who thought i was too mocking. i
skin one. with us onset, msnbc contributor mike barnicle. and congressional correspondent for national journal major garrett. and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele. >> leopard skin snuggie. >> you don't have one of those? >> come on. >> my daughter has one. what are you talking about? are you making fun of my daughter? >> no, no, him. the concept of a leopard skin snuggie. >> we got it. we'll just go back to wherever you were and pretend you're here. nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of "andrea mitchell reports," andrea mitchell. >> it's a great day to have a andrea on. >> always a great day. but news wise, an important day to have her on given the terror plot that was foiled. andrea can give us her insight on that a little later. >> yeah. and of course, hank williams jr. wearing a yankees uniform. so much worse than the hat. >> why are we putting him back on the air? >> i win. game over. >> game over. >>> michael steele, former gop chair, judge the debate last night for us. >> it was a load of fun. i tell you. >> hold on a second. defin
to be president? >> yes, to religious people, kara, religion matters. those of us who are evangelicals have a right to select a competent christian over a competent non-christian. and again, it's not the only issue, it's certainly one issue. >> good morning, it's monday, october 10th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, we have the executive editor at random house and historian john meacham. also with us, msnbc political analyst, former democratic congressman, harold ford jr. willie? >> yes, ma'am. >> i'm sorry. that was a sweet try, though, those boys. >> sweet. >> it was close for a while. >> then it wasn't. >> then it wasn't. >> actually, it was -- >> i'm not going to bring it up. >> wasn't it fun to be in alabama? that's a beautiful campus, a beautiful stadium. >> and great people. >> thank you. >> it was a great time. >> really cool people. >> the football game was the smallest part of it, actually. we had an amazing weekend. and like you said, willie, the people were great down there. and they treated you great. one guy came up to willie, actually, at the parade, the homecoming p
stand here before us and talk about that you're strong on immigration is on its face the height of hypocrisy. >> governor romney -- >> rick, i don't think i've ever hired an illegal in my life. and so i'm afraid -- i'm looking forward to finding your facts on that. >> i'll see what the facts are. you had -- >> rick, i'm speaking. i'm speaking. i'm speaking. >> it's time for you to tell the truth. >> this is the way the rules work here. i get 60 seconds and then you get 30 seconds to respond, right. anderson? would you please -- would you please -- are you going to keep talking? are you going to let me finish what i'm saying. look, rick. >> follow the rules. >> this is a tough couple of debates for rick. and i understand that, so you're going to get testy. >> we hired a lawn company to mow hour lawn and they had illegal immigrants working there. and when that was pointed out to us, we let them go. you have a problem with allowing someone to finish speaking. and i suggest that if you want to become president of the united states, you've got to let both people speak. >> good mornin
? >> yeah. >> okay. >> we've got mark haleprin joining us, and in new york, we've got the host of msnbc's "politics nation" and resident of the national action network reverend al sharpton joining us, as well. good morning, gentlemen. >> good morning. >> they're awake. >> they're awake. >> willie, you got in late last night, you turn on the tv, and you see the yankees and a-rod specifically choke. that said, i hate to say what people said about the red sox game. >> yeah. >> that said, this yankees/tigers series was one of the best series i've seen in a while. >> it was a good game. well-pitched on both sides. a lot of people will question joe girardi pulling the pitcher. saying the kid had "tightness" in his arm. he suspected that joe girardi got tightness in his throat. there's barnicle's tweet. and they deserve to win, they move on to the alcs to play the texas rangers. >> very good. >> mika, we have a lot to talk about. i wanted to ask mark, first, though, about sarah palin deciding to not run. and mark haleprin, a lot of people that were close to the campaign, a lot of people close
. halloween's coming. >> it is. >> with us onset msnbc contributor mike barnacle and national affairs editor john heilman. great. >> how you guys doing? >> john is already, like he is just excited. he's so excited. >> why are you excited? >> about herman cain's ad. >> you are. >> he just came in here and he can't, i have lots of other things to talk about but it looks like we're just going to go there. >> he's excited because he shorted netflix. did you see this story? that guy screwed up. "the times" tells a story. he's sitting in a hot tub. says i'm going to split my company. >> hi, willie. >> his friend goes don't do that. >> remember when the three of us were in the hot tub? >> last night? >> is there a less pleasant picture in the morning than that? >> yeah. i just threw up. all right. >> think of that. >> a lot of love. >> so he should have listened to his friend in the hot tub. they've lost what, 800,000 members, subscribers? that's not good. >> while you're thinking about that -- >> not halloween yet. okay? >> "the wall street journal" fresh recession -- [ laughter ] >> maybe we do e
critical for us to make sure we are taking every action we can take to put people back to work. >> are you the underdog now? >> absolutely. because, you know, given the economy, there is no doubt that whatever happens on your watch -- >> you reached that point quickly. >> i don't mind. i'm used to being an underdog. >> good morning. it is tuesday, october 4th. welcome to "morning joe." look at that pretty shot. the sun has yet to come up but we're up. with us onset msnbc contributor mike barnacle. hello, mike. >> hello, mika. >> you going to be nice today? and the director of the earth institute at columbia university, dr. jeffrey sachs, who is going to play professor today. >> yes. good morning. >> he is the author of a new book "the price of civilizization, reawakening american virtue and prosperity." >> very excited about that. also of course the incomparable, slim whitman -- >> what? >> no, the incomparable willie geist is with us today. he had more number one songs than the beatles. >> that's right. i don't get enough credit for them. look, i didn't write them but they were still numb
enthusiastically. >> think. they put the trucks in reverse and you hear the beep, beep. garbage men are helping us get viewers. a theme here, yankees suck. i appreciate all those tweets. this one from albert mota. i've been up all night praying for a.j. burnett and my new york yankees. yes your season is in the hands of a.j. burnett. if you live near a house of worship do go light a candle sometime today. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> i don't think they're better off than they were four years ago. they're not better off than they were before lehman's collapse, before the financial crisis, before this extraordinary recession we're going through. i think that what we've seen is that we've been able to make steady progress to stabilize the economy, but the unemployment rate is still way too high and that's why it's so critical for us to make sure we are taking every action we can take to put people back to work. >> are you the underdog now? >> absolutely. because, you know, given the economy, there is no doubt that whatever happens on your watch -- >> you reached that point quickly. >> i don't
protesters. >>> good morning, it's thursday, october 27th, welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, msnbc contributor mike barnicle. we also have msnbc political analyst and visiting professor at nyu harold ford jr. good to have you back on. a lot going on. i think we're going to start with occupy wall street. >> we will really quickly before we do that, looks like europe may be drawing closer to a solution. there's angela merkel who has been at the center of european politics and finance, mika, over the past six months or so. it's a woman who barely beat garhart schroeder five or six years ago. she's barely won, barely gotten into office and it's amazing how she has become the most powerful person in europe. >> yeah. no doubt about it. >> let's start here. let's start in downtown oakland. tuesday night, this was the scene there. take a look. >> all right. that's new video posted on youtube of riot police firing tear gas canisters on demonstrators. police officials say they responded only after being hit by rocks and other objects. but one man, a 24-year-old marine, an iraq war vet, scott
. >> welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, we have mike barnicle. we have jon heileman. and we have katty kay joining us. what a week. >> what a week. >> what a week. >> what a week. >> a lot to talk about. are you surviving this morning? >> everything's great. never been better. never been better. >> nothing to complain about? >> nothing to complain about. >> what are we going to talk about? >> let's talk baseball. rangers come back, two runs in the ninth inning. >> great games. >> these are great games. >> both so far have been great. takes me back to 1991. braves/twins. exactly. so we found out that it was the united states. that helped participate in the killing of gadhafi. and it looks like barack obama again, another big one for barack obama. >> yeah, i don't think you can argue with that. we're learning more about the united states. >> why would you suggest it when i brought -- why -- did you see the show yesterday? poor kevin mccarthy. >> kevin mccarthy is just fine. if kevin mccarthy would've had a bad day, i would have started at the top. there was another republican on the show
to "morning joe" on tuesday, october 18th. with us on the set cnn and "time" magazine senior analyst mark halpern and also the president of the council on foreign relations richard haas with us. good to see you as well. >> good morning. >> life actually imitates art because cain actually did call his tax plan a joke. >> what? >> in an op-ed a year ago. >> no. >> herman cain said the sales tax, he said that was a joke. >> but he's grown. >> he's evolved. >> that was 11 months ago. it was the worst idea. >> longer ago than rick perry's book. >> that is true. where he said social security is a scam. holy cow. this is a great field. >> he's evolving. >> evolving. >> a great tale. >> it's a diverse field. >> yesterday was the first time the united states of america actually invaded a country and announced it in a press release. >> could you clarify what went on? >> we really don't want to know the details. we got the press release. i just find it fascinating that we are now invading countries with such speed that we don't even have time to hold a press conference. >> it's funny but it's not. >
, october 13th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, msnbc contributor mike barnicle. also financier steve rattner back with us. hi, willie. >> excited for herman cain. he called himself haagen-dazs black walnut, says it tastes good all the time. it may taste good all the time. mark it down, flavor of the week. remember last year, sarah palin is -- i came out and said no, no, the mainstream republican party will not accept her. oh, oh the hate mail. >> you got hate tweets, hate mail. >> remember when i said glenn beck wouldn't last at fox because he was too extreme even for fox. remember the hate mail? that would never happen, right? >> right. >> what i said about michele bachmann after the iowa deal. they get so angry. it made me sad right here. when it hurt you, it hurts me. it want you to know that. i'm telling you the truth and it upsets you. i don't want to upset you. i really don't. it's like when i said all that about newt. remember i wrote an op ed saying this guy is too extreme, his rhetoric is too extreme to win. i was called hateful. joe, you carry a grudge? why do i carry
. >> we have 41. >> that's for sure. >> friday, october 2th. with us on set is the executive editor at random house and pulitzer prize winner john meacham. >> what's so exciting about "morning joe" is we're very fortunate, we can book just about whom ever we want to book. people want to come on this show. so yesterday willie geist and i, you know, you know what we do. >> you work so hard. >> regis comes on. you know what we do. everything stops. when i say everything stops, i mean everything stops. the world stops. it's like this matrix thing, a thousand things can be going. if the tv is going we turn and both sit down, light one up, smoke and watch regis. and yesterday regis did something that willie and i immediately looked at each other. what did we say at the same time? we need to have donny on. donny, re-enact this. >> this is art in the making. >> that's slow too. he's a performer in a good way. >> why is he doing this? >> he was challenged, snooki is the guest. when snooki is there you do strange things. he was challenged to skin it off. she likes a guy with big pecs and big
, october 14th. >> i'm pouring this for you. >> welcome to "morning joe." with us onset msnbc contributor mike barnicle. >> you know there's a good source of vitamin d. you know how i know that? it says that right here. you want a lot? you know the interesting thing -- can i just say the interesting thing, i love captain crunch. anyway, where's the milk? here we go. so you know the funny thing about that clip is -- she's sitting there going my husband's being -- oh, you want the reduced fat. he's healthy. i told you he was healthy. the interesting thing is, she's sitting there talking about -- i feel sorry for any family that has to go through this, i really do. but she's sitting there talking about her husband's being persecuted because his religious faith. really? where the hell was she last week when her husband's supporter who he applauded -- can i have some cap'n crunch? saying mitt romney was a member of a cult going to hell. >> we're trying to wake people up here. >> does she expect people to feel sorry for her? >> i would feel sorry for her for what she said -- first of all if she
>>> i'm going to start us off with a tweet here. this one involves our producer. and i'm told this is a theme. we got a high volume of such e-mails. can i get a picture of that producer rob? he is so handsome, huge smiley face. let's take a full shot of rob, here, if we could. here you go, he's all yours. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> in past years, we've had people whose names popped up and they've been kind of the flavor of the month. i'm a great admirer of governor christie. i think he's done a great job as governor. i think he'd be a viable candidate. but he's starting from way behind in fund raising and organization. if governor christie decides to run, i wish him luck. i think that there is a bit of a caution. it always -- the swimming pool looks a lot better until you jump right in. the water may not be quite as warm as you think. >> good morning. it is monday, october 3rd. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle. nice to see you, mike. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> and we have the president of the council on foreign
steve's management style which can be trying. he uses the phrase you're either a genius or a word i will not say on television. he was passionate about what he believed in. he structured the company around himself and his own perfectionism. and i think he lost a lot of people because he had a vision that everybody had to accept. and it was this vision of purity. as he said himself, i love simplicity. and he kept on making things simpler and simpler and cleaner and cleaner and purer and purer. and you had to sign sign on to that. even the building and the interiors reflect everything that he did. i remember he came to our offices to show us the ipad a couple weeks before it was out. and i just had mentioned in passing, i'd been to the new apple store on the upper midwest near where i live. he went in -- said the marble from that store is from perugia and it's from the northwest corner of the quarry because it's a little bit lighter and stronger and i went there and felt it myself. the level of detail is just extraordinary. and that's on the marble for the store. he spent that amount
was going to was going to throw his hat in the ring. help us, you're the only hope. now is your time, willie. >> i will not be entering the race. and i want to say for the record, i resent all those op-eds written about my weight. unfair. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> what i've always felt was the right decision remains the right decision today. now is not my time. the answer was never anything but no. >> oh, my god, chris christie, 2012! wait, what? no? oh, well having said he wouldn't run in private, having said it on the television, having said it to print reporters, having tagged it on a condemned trenton building, having demonstrated his position while attending a devils' game, it's over! so finally, christie could proceed with the press conference dedicated to more pressing issues. >> what i said was i would reconsider my no, i did, but the no never changed. i don't want to leave this job. i spoke with a lot of people this morning and told them the answer is no. that's not a relevant question anymore. i know it's your job to ask me this question a dozen different ways and i'l
am america >>> okay. good morning. welcome to "morning joe." it is wednesday, october 26th. with us onset, we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle, and msnbc and "time" magazine political analyst mark haleprin. >> and that tune? come on, where were you in 1972? three dog night, my man. three dog night. >> "one is the loneliest number." >> whatever. okay. you are a three dog night rookie. what about -- this herman cain ad, if the idea's to be talked about, you know, that was the cigarette drag heard around the world. >> okay. >> and the guy -- do you see the polls that came out? >> we're going to get there. >> we can't start the newscast with him leading in the polls. >> yes, we can. it's exciting. >> i won't do it. >> face reality, mika. >> come on. i want to stay in my bubble. i'm good. >> this is the dawning of the age of herman cain. >> no. >> no -- >> what is wrong with your party? >> smoke em if you got em. >> the texas governor at a number -- here's the hit -- >> oh, that at least -- >> the new congressional appr e approval rating is 9%, rick perry is below 9%. >> who are the
has trouble waking up. and good morning, everyone. it is wednesday, october 5th. with us onset, we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle, and the former governor of vermont howard dean. and in washington, he's wide awake, msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele. gentlemen, thank you for being with us. joe off today. just keep the camera off me. i couldn't wake up today. couldn't wake up. but i'm here because we have news to report. a couple of things. some polls that are coming out this hour are going to show without chris christie, mitt romney's taking a big lead, but also some really interesting things with perry plummeting and cain gaining. we'll talk about that coming up. >>> but first, after weeks of speculation, new jersey governor chris christie said unequivocally, he will not run for president of the united states in 2012. some of the biggest names in republican politics were urging christie to jump in the race. but in the news conference yesterday the governor said, "it's not my time." >> in the end, what i've always f
. happy halloween. with us onset, we have john heilemann, we also have "morning joe" economist steve rattner. are you guying going trick-or-treat tonight? >> no, it's snowed out, right? >> no, don't say that. of course there's halloween, right? >> i guess so. >> all right. >> what a weekend. >> don't complain. >> i'm not complaining about anything. what a weekend. look at this. snow all over the place. >> a lot of people don't have power. >> yeah. >> mike, if you're in connecticut -- >> no, no, no -- >> just assume if there is a 3-mile-an-hour wind that you're not going to have power for a month or two. >> okay. >> i talked to my friends that live up in connecticut. seriously, willie, it's like a 4-inch snow. >> your friend? >> friends that live in connecticut. 4-inch snow -- >> i don't understand. are you ashamed of something? >> for a week! >> be proud, joe. you just heard that from somewhere. >> you know what? there are about 3 million homes without power. this was a serious storm. this was much more serious than anyone expected. >> yeah. >> bill karins did call it. >> for once. >
. bring it on. good morning, everybody. it's tuesday, october 11th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset we have the columnist for the "new york times" and president of the council on foreign relations richard hoss. in washington, washington anchor for bbc world news america, katty kay. good to have you with us. i love jon huntsman. >> you can say it again. i love that. that's the side of him the guy should show. >> you call someone who acts like a moron a moron. and you say it. you just go there. >> there is no doubt about it. you look at the flurry of polls that are coming out today that we're going to be showing today and it just illustrates that this type of politics does not work. i've said it time and time again and offended michele bachmann supporters and sarah palin supporters. >> right. >> and glenn beck viewers, but the fact of the matter is, at the end of the day, rick perry's type of politics doesn't go national. richard, this is one more example of one of his supporters coming out and judging other people as unworthy of being christian and unworthy of being president,
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